Sedona Boondocking

Loy Butte Road is the hot spot to boondock this season. The views are spectacular and its proximity to Sedona and Cottonwood make it a perfect basecamp.

Every morning hot air balloons filled with tourists drift by, though as long as we’ve been here, they’ve kept their distance.

All this beauty comes at a small price. Now that we’ve experienced both the red mud and the red dust, we’d recommend the dust. It’s totally worth daily vacuuming.

2015 Cost of Camping:
57 night paid camping
60 nights free camping
117 days this year
Total spent: $771
Daily average cost: $6.59


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